Jennifer Noble

Jennifer Noble

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Pop - General | Ontario, Canada
Total Song Plays: 651   
Member Since: 2003
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Plays:

65

Song Description

Father and son grieve over loss of mother.

Lyrics

WHERE DO ANGELS GO
© 2002, Kevin Nelson, Jennifer Noble, Howie Moscovitch
Where do angels go?

Verse 1
She lifted up his eyes with her last smile
She knew that smile would have to last him for awhile
She passed along what she had left,
Her strength, her will, her tenderness,
Our baby boy grew up today
And in his freckled, tremblin voice I heard him say

Chorus
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly
To catch a breeze as it passes by
Do they play hide and seek high in the sky
How could all our love not be enough
To keep her with the two of us
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly, learn to fly
WHERE DO ANGELS GO

Verse 2
We made our vows together, hand in hand
And why death would part us, I can't understand
I will raise my son to hold
The love she had 'til he grows old
This baby boy grew up today
I heard a lonely, frightened child inside me say:

Chorus
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly
To catch a breeze as it passes by
Do they play hide and seek high in the sky
Why do those we love and need so much
Become the light we cannot touch
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly, learn to fly
WHERE DO ANGELS GO

Bridge
My son, go ahead and cry
Let your mama's spirit dry your achin' eyes
Somewhere, she's watchin' over you
This isn't goodbye -
She's learning to fly

Chorus
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly
To catch a breeze as it passes by
Do they play hide and seek high in the sky
Why do those we love and need so much
Become the light we cannot touch
WHERE DO ANGELS GO to learn to fly, learn to fly
WHERE DO ANGELS GO

Song Length
3:56
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Sorrow, Prayer

Similar Artist
Tim Mcgraw
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Kevin Nelson, Jennifer Noble, Howie Moscovitch
Music Credits Kevin Nelson, Jennifer Noble, Howie Moscovitch
Producer Credits Howie Moscovitch
Publisher Credits Kevin Nelson, Jennifer Noble, Howie Moscovitch
Performance Credits Neil Donnel, Howie Moscovitch, Kevin Nelson